We all know the ’90s are back. And now, jelly sandals are officially runway-worthy! Italian designer Alberta Ferretti debuted some ’90s-tastic shoes during Milan…
Just when we thought we’d seen it all, fashion designer Richard Quinn just took a whole new approach to style with his…
As Paris Fashion Week is underway, we're taking a look at what the runways looked like 20 years ago. Does fashion, like history, really repeat itself? From the see-through lace dresses to sexy suiting and evening gowns with drama—it would appear that yes it most certainly does. From Harper's BAZAA
Three cities down and on to Paris we go! After five days of shows and presentations in Milan it’s time to say arrivedecci — but first, a look at the trends that defined the week. Milan has always felt a little stuck in a time warp and mainly because of their classic craftsmanship and the quality of the goods they produce but this time, I am talking about Milanese’s taste in music. The music at so many shows was a straight up throw back to the 80s, from The Cure “Friday I’m in love” at Alberta Ferretti, Pat Benatar’s “We are Young” at No.21, Tiffany’s “I think we’re alone now” at Attico, to Patsy Kensit’s “I’m not scared” at Blumarine, Milan has been all about the throw back rather than the future.
When Dolce & Gabbana puts on a show, it doesn’t happen by halves! If you are an influencer, “it” girl, blogger, or the offspring of a housewife or actress and did not walk the Dolce & Gabbana show on Sunday in Milan, then I’m afraid you are not that major.
London Fashion Week packed in more sequin, tulle, age diversity and youth culture in four days than any Broadway show on a Saturday night! There was a lot more than just fashion going on with PETA demonstrating outside the London Fashion Week headquarters, more talks of Brexit and American politics, and everyone from Katy Perry to Vanessa Redgrave (!) sitting pretty in the front row. Here’s a look at the trends that came out at LFW2017.
London Fashion Week is upon us, and while the next few days are jam-packed with shows and presentations, here are the three most important designers to watch. This Central Saint Martins graduate created her debut collection for a mere $1,000 and cast friends and other real women from the street in her fashion show. Goddard’s fall/winter 2017 show on Saturday had a dinner party set to highlight her festive designs: bright colors, volume, smocks, yards and yards of tulle.
It's London Fashion Week, so we're celebrating all things Britain. Here, mags like Tatler, Grazia, ES, and others that are peculiarly British guilty pleasures.
What a NYFW! Political messages, Planned Parenthood support, fights raging at a fashion party! Yet in between all of that, there was a lot of amazing fashion! We said bon voyage to homegrown designers like Proenza Schouler and welcomed Raf Simons for Calvin Klein Collection with wide-open arms. And let’s not forget about Yeezy!
Michael Kors is one of the big shows of NYFW, so you expect a big crowd — and he did not disappoint this time. Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Peet, Blake Lively … A gaggle of fashion fashion gals showed, including Margaret Zhang, Aimee Song, and Gala Gonzalez. Kendall Jenner closed the show in a strapless fringed gown with sequin embroidery.
New York Fashion Week buzz started months ago with the announcement of a new designers at Calvin klein and Oscar de la Renta but now it is finally here, we are faced with more gorgeousness than we know what to do! Despite with the snow storm and the cold weather, nothing can put a damper on the looks that have been sent down the runway and shown at presentations! So here are a few that stood out more than others and expect much more to come in the next week so check back in to see what we will be lusting after come next fall! Let’s keep in touch.
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Whilst the rest of the world is catching on to pajamas as daywear, oversize hoodies and puffy coats as trendy items, the fashion leaders have already moved on. February fashion week will see many new trends debut. Here's what we will see on the sidewalk and outside of the show venues.
Au revoir, Paris, and ‘til next time, Fashion Month! Over the last few weeks, we saw looks for ladies from all boroughs at New York Fashion Week, London’s shows would make the shyest of wallflowers jump up and rave, and in Milan we lived la dolce vita with designers who made everyday looks the ultimate in luxe. So, now that the last show in Paris has ended, what have we learned from the fashion capitals of the world?